In July this year, a Chinese company called Haimawan launched one of the best accessories for Apple iPhones. The MeSuit swap-on case by Haimawan brings the Android OS to the iPhone 6, 6S, 6 Plus, and 6S Plus. Apart from Android OS, the users also get additional battery life, memory storage, and most importantly dual SIM functionality. Today, the company announced to launch the MeSuit (might be MeSuit i7 and i7P) for the upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Plus soon in China. Yesterday Apple has officially unveiled the new iPhones with many new features and also in two new colors.
The earlier launched MeSuit for current generation iPhones are yet to be sold in international markets, and we are expecting same with upcoming iPhone as well. For the Android OS of the MeSuit, Haimawan has partnered with APUS Launcher. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will be running on iOS 10 and come with superior specifications compared to last years iPhones. The case comes with its own processor and RAM to run the Android OS.
The design of the MeSuit brings the bottom facing speakers to the front. The MeSuit i6 for iPhone 6 and 6S is priced at 999 Yuan whereas the MeSuit i6P for iPhone 6 Plus and 6S Plus costs slightly higher at 1099 Yuan. With the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple is bringing several design changes, there will be no 3.5 audio port and the rear of the iPhones now look much clearer with the redefined Antenna placement.
While MeSuit brought the full-fledged Android OS to the iPhones, now we guess the company to offer the 3.5 mm audio port which will be missed on both the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The iPhones also comes with IP67 certification which means both the devices are water and dust resistant. While the MeSuit i6 and i6P aren’t waterproof, the company might make the new MeSuit waterproof so that users can walk freely in rains along with the new iPhones.
Stay tuned on Phoneradar for the official details and availability of MeSuit 2 in the international markets.